Nsw government revie바카라ws confucius classrooms program for school violence, violence at school continues
Schools across thejarvees.com New South Wales south-east must consider whether they are complying with federal violence and hate crime legislation if the state’s Education Minister Chris Hartcher wants to review the program.
The review has been delayed by the federal government due to what was seen as a “disturbing” number of complaints being received in recent months.
As a matter of principle, Mr Hartcher says he wants schools to be safe, but is concerned the issue may raise issues in the national and state legal systems.
“[That] may create a conflict where schools are judged on whether they comply,” he said.
Mr Hartcher says the program is on track and has been approved by all nine states in South Australia.
“We have an independent review coming up, and it will report in about five months on whether we have followed the law or not, and we’ll determine whether we take it forward,” he said.
“We’ve got quite a number of complaints lodged with the State Government against the confucius program, and our focus has been on making sure we meet the standards we have in place.”
He says while it is too early to announce a new direction for the program, it is crucial to ensure the program is successful.
But the minister says schools in the province have an obligation to follow the law and to ensure students can be protected.
“[I do not] want any public school system or school system in the state to have a situation where some of its students aren’t safe,” he said.
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Ms Hanson has come under fire from opponents for her comments, and her comments about whether it was a bad idea for the program to encourage violence.
Ms Hanson said in relation to young people being bullied at school, students “shouldn’t just be able to go up on stage and tell their바카라사이트 friends to go back to their bunkers”.
A number of parents in Sydney and other parts of the state have also questioned the effectiveness of the program.
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